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Avid gamers and power users behold! The SanDisk Extreme Pro is here to deliver excellent performance for your computers. Read more about what the SanDisk Extreme Pro has to offer below.

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Avid gamers and power users behold! The SanDisk Extreme Pro is here to deliver excellent performance for your computers. Read more about what the SanDisk Extreme Pro has to offer below.

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Sandisk Extreme PRO Specs

Release Date in Hong Kong
ModelExtreme PRO
DateFeb 2014
Ports & interfaces
Interface typeUSB 3.2 Gen 1 (3.1 Gen 1)
USB 3.2 Gen 1 (3.1 Gen 1) ports quantity1
Compatible memory cardsSD,SDHC,SDXC
Product colourBlack
Data transfer rate5000 Mbit/s
Plug and PlayYes

SanDisk Extreme Pro – The Best Just Got Even Better

A new contender for the title of the “King of SSDs” is here with the introduction of the SanDisk Extreme Pro. If you have been wanting to get a new SSD for your computer, or if you want to upgrade the SSD that you are currently using, then look no further than the SanDisk Extreme Pro. It is a top-performer amongst the other standard SSDs currently available in the market. What is even better is that this top-performing SSD is marketed at a competitive price and now even comes with a 10-year warranty. That is testament of how much faith SanDisk has on the reliability of the Extreme Pro.

The Extreme Pro is an upgrade to the highly-acclaimed Extreme II SSD. Featuring the same Marvell controller as the latter, the Extreme Pro is updated with optimizations that enhance the performance of the SSD to greater heights.

New nCache Pro Technology to Improve Performance

The Extreme Pro is the first SSD flash storage device that comes equipped with the SanDisk’s new nCache Pro Technology – designed to enhance read and write speeds for the SSD and improve drive endurance as well. The new technology also offers added protection for all the data that is stored in the memory of this device. When introducing the nCache Pro technology, SanDisk claimed that this revolutionary technology is capable of providing deliver consistent performance even while multitasking over long durations – all this and being highly energy efficient at the same time.

High Endurance Levels

Similar to all other SSDs, the Extreme Pro shares a common characteristic – it has a limited program cycles (known as endurance), meaning that there is a limitation to the amount of data you can store into the drive before it becomes unreliable. However, the Extreme Pro comes with reinforced endurance levels of more than 80TB. To give you a better idea of what this means, if you were to write 20GB of data into the drive on a daily basis, it will take more than 11 years for the Extreme Pro’s driver to run out of endurance. Most of us write less than 20GB per day, so rest assured that your Extreme Pro will last longer than any other hardware your computer possesses. With SanDisk offering a 10-year warranty on the Extreme Pro, you can breathe a sigh of relief that the risks of the Extreme Pro failing on you is next to zero.

Enhanced Software to Monitor Performance and Efficiency

In order to ensure that the Extreme Pro runs at optimal performance, users are able to download SanDisk’s Dashboard software that is available on Windows. This software monitors the performance of your Extreme Pro SSD by offering real-time diagnostics on the SSD’s performance, as well as providing you with information on any subsequent firmware updates and other support details to help you keep abreast of the Extreme Pro’s performance.

Reviews of Sandisk Extreme PRO
Reviewed on 2015-04-18
USB drives might not have much to do specifically with PC games, but every PC gamer will need one at one point or another. As PC gamers, we always want the best and the fastest when it comes to our computers, but our choice of portable drives will often f...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-03
The last few years have seen rapid advancements in flash technology and the rise of USB 3.0 as an ubiquitous high-speed interface on computers. These have led to the appearance of small and affordable direct attached storage units with very high performan...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-22
When it comes to professional flash memory products, there definitely aren't very many product lineups as popular as SanDisk's Extreme PRO series – and for good reason too.SanDisk's Extreme PRO series products tend to feature not only high performance and...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-03
Build Quality (Aluminum Casing), Read/Write Speeds (208MBs/199MBs), Storage Capacity (128GB), Software Bundle (SecureAccess/RescuePRO Deluxe), Lifetime Warranty
Price (For Some), Could Not Achieve Advertised Performance
My very first USB Flash Drive was the 512MB variant of the Voyager Pro line by Corsair a capacity which back in 2002 was considered very high and i have to admit that back then i didn't even have enough data to fill all of it. Since then I've used and rev...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-30
Massive 128GB capacity, Excellent read and write speeds, Durable aluminum metal casing, Retractable USB connector, Backwards compatible with USB 2.0, Compatible with Windows XP/Vista/7/8 and Mac, Includes SanDisk SecureAccess software, Limited lifetime wa...
Earlier this year, SanDisk launched its latest USB 3.0 flash drive, the Extreme PRO. This professional-grade drive offers 128GB of storage as well some of the fastest speeds in the industry. The Extreme PRO takes advantage of the SuperSpeed USB 3.0 specif...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-19
Incredibly-fast, huge capacity, backed by the best name in the business,
Large for a thumb drive, cost for this much performance is arguably unjustified in a flash drive
DescriptionThe SanDisk is an ultra-high capacity USB thumb drive; in fact, as of our publication date it's one of the very few 128GB drives available. It has another trick up its sleeve, however, and that is extreme performance, worthy of the name Extreme...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-19
Attractive Design, Improved Casing, Lifetime Warranty, Blazing Fast Read & Write Speeds, Top-In-Class Random Transfer Speeds
No Performance Improvement Over The Non-Pro Version, Pricey (Gigabyte Per Dollar Value), No Lower Capacity Option, Bulky, It comes at a steep price of $150 which I guess it can be expected when purchasing a thumb drive that performs this good. For people...
From SanDisk's website: Delivering professional-grade performance, the SanDisk Extreme PRO USB 3.0 Flash Drive offers a great way to securely store and quickly transfer high-res photos, movies, and other digital media. You can transfer files to the drive...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-05
SanDisk has tried to change all of that with their new SanDisk Extreme PRO 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive and, taking a look at many of its features, someone seems to have finally been listening to what the consumer asked for. Our review will get into much mor...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-31
Performance, Performance~Storage, Built Quality and form factor
Difficulty to justify USB 3.0 drive considering the price is over a consumer grade 120GB SSD, Marketing performance numbers higher than actual, Vague ‘Lifetime warranty' Period.
SanDisk Extreme Pro 128GB USB 3.0 drive comes with a promise to delivery up to 260 MB/s read and up to 240 MB/s Write. This could be a strong contender against DT HyperX drive that I've reviewed a long time ago. The drive is technically an ‘SSD' via USB 3...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-21
When you have been using and reviewing USB Flash Drives since 2002 when they were 8MB in capacity it is pretty hard to get excited by them. The market is flooded with them as online retailers like Newegg currently list 6,192 products in their USB Flash Dr...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-06
A little over a year ago now, we had our first look at the original SanDisk Extreme USB 3.0 flash drive. We came away from the article very pleased at the performance and pricing of the drive.In the lab today, we have the latest from SanDisk in the form o...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-26
USB drives are not particularly interesting. They're small, boring, fragile. If you can manage to hang on to one for more than a few weeks, if you don't accidentally drop it or crush it, you'll probably throw it out the window in anger after waiting for l...
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